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A multi-tool belongs on the belt of every EDC’er, prepper, survivalist, or law enforcement personnel. This tool is so efficient and effective that it’s the best utility instrument for your everyday carry (EDC). Multi-tools come in various sizes and designs, with an array of different tools designed to make your life convenient.

It might surprise you to learn that Army Rangers view the multi-tool as a standard piece of equipment on their battle belts. The multi-tool comes with a barrage of useful tools that come in handy in the field in various scenarios that benefit real military operators.

Some multi-tools have more tools tips than others, and some have a better build quality than others. In this post, we’re going to unpack everything you need to know about multi-tools. Read through the information to understand the best options available. We have a variety of multi-tools available, selected from dozens of the top models.

We understand it’s a tough choice to nail down your ideal model. That’s why we decided to make things easier for you, helping you with your decision. Your perfect multi-tool should reflect your personality, providing you with the real-world utility you find beneficial in your life.

Our buyer’s guide will help you finalize your choice on the right multi-tool to match your needs. Whether you want a multi-tool for work, adventure, or survivalist situations, there’s a model in this review to suit your needs.

Our Top Picks

If you want to skip the bulk of the review and focus on the best multi-tools available, we recommend looking at our top picks. We selected these three models from dozens of contenders, giving them the awards in three different categories to suit your budget and performance needs.

The Best Overall Multi-Tool – Leatherman Wave Plus

LEATHERMAN, Wave Plus Multitool with Premium Replaceable Wire Cutters, Spring-Action Scissors and Nylon Sheath, Built in the USA, Black
  • READY FOR ANYTHING: A fresh upgrade to our most popular multitool; Now includes premium replaceable wire cutters for tackling jobs tough, big and small for years to come
  • INSTANT TOOLKIT: Packs a quiver of 18 tools, including pliers, replaceable wire cutters, wire stripper, knives, saw, spring-action scissors, ruler, can & bottle openers, files and screwdrivers
  • OUR GUARANTEE: We’re proud to stand behind every product that leaves our factory in Portland, Oregon; That’s why we offer our 25-year warranty, so you can be confident your Leatherman lasts a lifetime
  • ONE-HAND OPENING: You only need one hand to open and use the compact Wave Plus, even the ones that aren't accessible from the outside
  • CUT WITH CONFIDENCE: This pocket-sized classic features all-locking blades that you can trust around the home, outdoors or on the job site

The Leatherman Wave Plus is a multi-tool that comes ready for anything. This model features a quiver of 18-tool tips, including wire cutters for tackling large jobs. You also get wire-stripper, scissors, ruler, bottle and can openers, and so much more.

The Best Premium Model Multi-Tool – Leatherman Free P4

LEATHERMAN, FREE P4 Multitool with Magnetic Locking, One Size Hand Accessible Tools and Premium Nylon Sheath and Pocket Clip, Built in the USA
  • PREMIUM MULTITOOL EXPERIENCE: Introducing the FREE P-Series, our most advanced multipurpose plier experience to date; A brand-new platform, magnetic closing and outside-accessible tools
  • 21 TOOLS in 1: Includes all the essentials, from replaceable wire cutters to spring-action scissors to 2 knives for ambidextrous use; Ideal for EDC, home, work and everything else
  • OUR GUARANTEE: We’re proud to stand behind every product that leaves our factory in Portland, Oregon; That’s why we offer our 25-year warranty, so you can be confident your Leatherman lasts a lifetime
  • MAGNETIC LOCKING: Reduces friction and provides haptic feedback; Newly designed cam locks secure open tools in place; Unwavering reliability for a lifetime of use
  • ONE-HAND OPENING: Every implement is on the outside of the tool; Quickly open and close every tool with a simple push of your thumb; Removable pocket clip so it's always ready

The Leatherman Free P4 wins our top award for the best premium model in this review. The Free P4 features a 21-tool design, with ultra-sharp S30-VA, providing a durable and corrosion-resistant finish. This model is a great choice for EDC, with tools to suit various everyday applications at home, on the job-site, or in the factory. Attach the Free P4 to the built-in lanyard ring, and take it with you.

The Best Budget Multi-Tool – The SOG Multi-Tool

SOG Multitool - Powerlock Heavy Duty Multitool Pliers, Electrician Wire Cutter Multi Tool w/Ballistic Nylon Multitool Sheath with Clip (S62N-CP)
  • 18 STURDY STEEL TOOLS FOR MEN: A solid, dependable tradesman multitool, electrician multitool, or mechanic tools set; multi-purpose tool loadout features pliers, folding knife, screwdriver, and 1/4 inch socket driver
  • GSA-APPROVED 420 STAINLESS TOOLS KIT: Complete tool houses screwdriver multitool, multitool knife, wire stripper and wire crimper tool; 1-press PowerLock button locks and releases all tools under the toughest conditions
  • DURABLE BALLISTIC NYLON SHEATH FOR MULTI TOOLS: Large multitool with sheath clips securely onto a belt or pack; pliers, screwdriver, can opener and wire strippers are close at hand when using the easy-carry nylon sheath
  • SOG MULTITOOL FOR LIFE: Take care of your SOG multi tool pliers and we’ll take care of you; we consider repairs and replacements for properly maintained SOG multitools and tools for men and women
  • MULTITOOLS PLIERS W/ POWERFUL GEARS: Handy multitool tackles multiple jobs with multitool pliers, wire stripper and wire crimper tool capabilities; patented Compound Leverage makes cutting and tightening twice as easy

The SOG wins our award for the most affordable multi-tool. You’ll find the build-quality and functionality of the SOG impressive. This multi-tool comes with 18 tooltips, giving you as much utility as a Leatherman device, at half the price. The SOG features design and construction with corrosion-resistant stainless steel to withstand the most demanding operating conditions.

Multi-Tool Reviews

Leatherman Wave Plus – The Best Overall Multi-Tool

The Leatherman Wave was the original model starting the hype around multi-tools. The Wave featured 17 tooltips, with an array of handy attachments to suit a variety of everyday tool encounters. The Wave was an instant hit, setting the benchmark for all multi-tools coming after it.

Years after the initial release of the Wave, Leatherman decide to revisit and revamp this classic model. The Wave 2 gets an update with the addition of a blackout finish for additional friction relief during the use of the tooltips. The Wave 2 features all the classic tools on the original model, but this update includes a set of wire-cutters for extra utility.

The Wave 2 come in blackout and classic silver options, and it’s the gold standard of multi-tools. All the blades come with the traditional independent locking system for additional safety. If you’re thinking about updating your EDC setup, the Wave 2 is a fantastic deal. You get the Leatherman 25-year warranty on all the parts.

Pros:
  • The latest upgrade to the most popular Leatherman model
  • Suitable for EDC
  • Features an updated wire-cutters
  • 18 different tool heads for ultimate versatility
  • 25-year warranty
  • One-handed operation
  • Black anodized finish available
  • All-locking tooltips
  • Made in the USA
  • Durable and convenient nylon sheath included
Cons:
  • More for general utility than survivalist

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Leatherman Free P4 – The Best Premium Model Multi-Tool

If you’re looking for the best premium model in this review, you can’t go wrong with the Leatherman Free P4. This model is the full deluxe package from Leatherman. The Free P4 comes with the full array of 21-tooltips, the most Leatherman offer in a single device. With the P4, you get all the benefits of the Wave, with added functionality.

The Free P4 comes with magnetic closing, promising a new update to the traditional platform. This model is suitable for ambidextrous use and easy one-handed opening for access to all your tooltips. The Free P4 meets the demands of contractors, military personnel, and EDC specialists.

Pros:
  • Extra tooltip capacity with 21-tools onboard
  • Enhanced ergonomics with a redesigned platform
  • The most advanced Leatherman multi-plier to date
  • A good choice for an EDC for all situations
  • Magnetic locking provides haptic feedback
  • Easy one-handed operation
  • 25-year warranty
  • Made in the USA
  • Comes with a nylon sheath
Cons:
  • Premium Price

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SOG Multitool – The Best Budget Multi-Tool

The SOG multi-tool is a fantastic option for a budget model. You get great value for money with 18-tooltips and everything you would expect to find in the Leatherman Wave model, for less than half the price.

You get one-press power lock buttons for total control over each tooltip during use. You get compound leverage over all the tools during use, thanks to the tool’s smart design. The body features construction with 420 stainless steel for corrosion resistance and durability.

This SOG model comes with a nylon sheath for your EDC needs and a lifetime guarantee in the parts and artistry. This SOG model wins the top honors for the best value buy in this review.

Pros:
  • Excellent value for money
  • Comes with 18 tooltips
  • Features GSA-approved stainless steel 420 construction
  • Featuring all the same tools as top Leatherman models, at half the price
  • A good choice for a gift
  • Durable ballistic nylon sheath included
Cons:
  • Cover caps for the handles can get in the way

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Victorinox Swiss Army Swisstool Spirit X

We all remember the versatility of the Swiss Army knife. Where would MacGyver be without this trusty tool? Victorinox took several different paths with its tool making in recent years. The addition of a multi-tool to its range is a welcome change and a good direction for the company.

They don’t disappoint with this model. Swisstool Spirit X is a fantastic piece of engineering. This model comes with 27 total functions. The stainless steel construction makes a sturdy and lightweight casing that’s waterproof and rust-resistant.

The unique design allows access to the tooltips from outside the body. You get a locking mechanism for safety and a lifetime guarantee.

Pros:
  • Toolbox in your hand features 27 tooltip functions
  • Continues the legacy of the original “Swiss Army Knife”
  • Unique design for exterior tooltip access for the exterior of the handles
  • Swiss-made with a lifetime guarantee
  • Lightweight, clean layout with stainless steel construction
  • Comes with a classy full-leather belt holster featuring a Victorinox crest
Cons:
  • Not as generous with the tool offering as some Leatherman models

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Leatherman Charge Plus

When examining the best premium choice for this review, the Charge Plus TTi was a top consideration. This model stands out for its incorporation of titanium in the frame and tools, making a hardened and durable multi-tool, with exceptionally lightweight handling.

This model comes with 18 tooltips, with the same selection as the Free P4. This Leatherman tool will go down as another classic in its range, and welcome addition to this review. This TTi model comes with a nylon holster for EDC use.

Pros:
  • Suitable for EDC
  • Comes with 19 tooltips for different functionalities
  • Full titanium construction for ultimate durability
  • All-locking tooltips
  • Made in the USA
  • One-handed operation
  • 25-year warranty
  • Handy nylon sheath included
Cons:
  • Titanium makes this model more costly

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Leatherman Surge

The Surge model from Leatherman is another example of a premium model multi-tool. This Leatherman edition is a favorite of real military operators. The heavy-duty design includes a stainless steel frame with coated tooltips to reduce friction. This Leatherman model comes with an oversized wire-cutter, and 21 other tooltips for use in the field and spec ops environments.

We also thought about including this model as a top choice for the best premium model in this review. The Surge is a fantastic choice with plenty of utility. This model comes with a nylon EDC holster for everyday use.

Pros:
  • Suitable for professional contractors and military operators
  • Features heavy-duty tooltips for robust performance
  • 21-tools in one device with coated tools tips for non-stick function
  • Ideal for EDC use
  • Heavy-duty pliers for cutting through fences and other materials fast
  • All-locking tooltips
  • 25-year warranty
  • Made in the USA
  • Includes a nylon EDC carry holster
Cons:
  • Premium Price

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Gerber Dime Multi-Tool

The Gerber Dime multi-tool is an affordable option. This model is a great choice for a mini-size multi-tool for your keyring. The Gerber Dime is, as the name describes – about the size of a dime. With this multi-tool, you get a surprising number of tooltips, with plenty of functionality for a model this size.

The Gerber Dime has ten tooltips, featuring decent-sized plier jaws, and easy fold-away design. This model comes with Stainless steel construction in 3Cr13, making it a good choice for corrosion resistance. You get a nylon EDC carry bag included in your purchase.

Pros:
  • Ideal for EDC use
  • Features 10 handy tooltips
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • Butterfly opening design
  • Manufactured with 3Cr13 stainless steel
Cons:
  • We want to see more tooltips included

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Leatherman Skeletool RX

This Leatherman model is an excellent choice for first responders. The bright red/orange design of the tool makes it visible and easy to locate. The standout in the Leatherman model is the addition of the striker cap on the handle. Medics can use this to shatter glass to get victims out of cars after a crash.

The Skeletool RX features a 145cm serrated tool for cutting seatbelts and a large bit driver. You get the same one-handed operation as with all Leatherman tools, making it easy to use if you disable an arm in an accident.

Pros:
  • A great choice for EDC
  • Suitable for emergency workers and first responders
  • Comes with a built-in glass breaker
  • Functional tools for first responders
  • All-locking blades
  • One-handed operation
  • 25-year warranty
  • Made in the USA
  • Comes with a tactical nylon EDC holster
Cons:
  • Not suitable for a survivalist use

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Gerber Prybrid Utility

This Gerber model is a surprisingly effective multi-tool. Don’t let the size of this model fool you; it has plenty of functions around the workshop and the campsite.

You get a retractable blade that’s compatible with Stanley blades for replacements.

There are nine utility functions on the Prybrid. The blade comes with a slide lock to prevent overextension, and you get the Gerber lifetime guarantee included in this model.

Pros:
  • This Gerber model has plenty of functionality in a compact design
  • Nine utility functions for tactical and EDC use
  • Slide lock mechanism to prevent overextension
  • Lanyard loop for easy carry
  • Suitable for EDC use
  • Works with Stanley replacement blades
  • Lifetime guarantee
Cons:
  • No pliers included

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Lenox Tools Lenox Industries 10771

Our last model in this review is a great choice for workshops and contractors that need a reliable tool in the studio on the job site. This model features a retractable blade design, with easy change-outs. Use it for stripping away carpet, or cutting up plastic.

The blades have plenty of versatility and fold away like a traditional folding knife. The large ergonomic handle gives you plenty of leverage over the cutting surface, with a finger groove for added control. With the Lenox Tools 10771, you get a versatile knife with a stainless steel body for extra strength.

Pros:
  • Affordable design
  • Works with Stanley replacement blades
  • Comes with a bottle opener and flat-head screwdriver wedge
  • Ergonomic grip
  • Belt clip for EDC use
  • Good for use around a workshop
Cons:
  • Not suitable for an advanced multi-tool

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Other Best Selling Options

SaleBestseller No. 1
Gerber Suspension-NXT Multi-Tool with Pocket Clip [30-001364]
  • While still up to the challenge of the professional tradesman, the slimmer design and focused tool pack are ideal for EDC user
  • Successful features of the Suspension remain: all outboard tools, all locking tools, and spring-loaded jaws
  • New features to the Suspension-NXT include: wire stripper, medium flathead driver, awl, file, and ruler
  • The needle nose pliers are spring-loaded to lessen hand fatigue for the user
  • The sturdy pocket clip allows the tool to rest deep in pocket or securely on belt when not in use
SaleBestseller No. 2
Gerber Gear Truss Multitool, Stainless and Grey with Multi-Position Sheath [30-001343, New
  • An evolution of the original Suspension chassis, the Truss includes the benchmark features: all outboard tools, all locking tools, and spring-loaded pliers
  • New features to the Truss include: wire stripper, medium flathead driver, awl, file, and ruler
  • The low-profile sheath can be mounted vertically or horizontally on belt
  • The sheath is also MOLLE-compatible for those operators that require MOLLE vest or pack mounting options
  • The handle is constructed from one single piece of steel, allowing for additional strength in a slimmer design
Bestseller No. 3
DEWALT 20V MAX XR Oscillating Multi-Tool, Variable Speed, Tool Only (DCS356B)
  • The 3-speed selector allows users to choose their speed setting based on application.
  • Brushless motor delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed
  • Dual-grip variable speed trigger gives users ultimate speed and application control
  • Universal accessory adapter for use with most oscillating tool accessory brands
  • Quick-change accessory system allows blades and attachments to be changed quickly without wrenches
Bestseller No. 4
Gerber Suspension Multi-Plier [22-01471],Titanium,Medium
  • Suspension Multi-Plier multitool with 12 integrated components
  • Saf.T.Plus component locking system guarantees safety
  • Lightweight open-frame stainless steel handle
  • Includes a ballistic nylon sheath
  • Weighs 9.6 oz; Closed Length: 4 inches; limited lifetime warranty
SaleBestseller No. 5
Gerber 30-000469 Dime Mini Multi-Tool, Black
  • Sturdy stainless steel construction
  • Compact, lightweight size fits perfectly in pocket - a daily companion for any task
  • 10 tools: Needle nose spring-loaded pliers, Wire cutter, Fine edge blade, Retail package opener, Scissors, Medium flat driver, Crosshead driver, Bottle opener, Tweezers, File
  • Convenient, easily accessible butterfly opening
  • Overall length: 4.25 inches, Closed Length: 2.75 inches

Multi-Tool Buyer’s Guide

There are hundreds of multi-tools out there. You get various shapes, sizes, tooltips, and functionality with different designs to match operating environments. From EDC to emergency response, there’s a multi-tool to help you handle the situation’s demands.

However, after reading through our top models, you’re probably still trying to narrow down a few top choices. In this section, we’re going to give you everything you need to know about choosing the right multi-tool for your lifestyle needs.

What are the Top Reasons for Purchasing a Multi-Tool?

Why would you want to buy a multi-tool? One of these devices can help you out in a variety of EDC situations. It’s a versatile EDC tool that everyone needs. Multi-tools come in various configurations with many different designs.

Choosing the right model to match your needs means understanding why you would need one of these tools in the first place. Here are our top reasons for needing a multi-tool in your EDC.

Prepared for Any Situation – Multi-tools are handy, with an array of tooltips to help resolve a bunch of mechanical and survival issues.

Some military operators swear by the multi-tool being the most important part of their kit. If you’re a prepper, military operator, or just a contractor looking for a versatile tool, the multi-tool is a great option for your EDC needs.

Adaptable to any Purpose – The multi-tool has plenty of functions other than repairs or survivalist needs. These tools come with several useful tooltips to help you overcome challenges in a variety of situations. Put one of these tools on your hip in an EDC carry case, and you’ll find it surprising how often it comes in handy during the day.

​Convenient Tool Access – Owning a multi-tool is like having a toolbox on your hip. These tools contain up to 21 different tooltips for various tasks around the home, workshop, office, or garage. The compact sizing of the multi-tool makes it a practical choice for your EDC needs.

Efficient Design and Construction – With a multi-tool, you have easy access to multiple tools on hand. There’s no need to bring several different tools with you when your multi-tool does everything in one platform.

What are the Different Styles of Multi-Tools?

There are various styles of multi-tools to suit different operating challenges. If you’re a first responder, your needs are different from a contractor, right?

Therefore, you need the right platform to match your EDC needs. If you’re looking for a customized setup, the best thing to do is to as yourself about the top options in your category and then narrow them down from there.

Here are the basic styles of multi-tools to meet your EDC requirements.

  • Pocket Knife Style Multi-Tool – This design features a focus on a knife blade, with other tools picking up the periphery. Most of these designs still feature in carpentry and workshop products today, making them the most suitable option for industrial use.
  • Open Multi-Tool – This multi-tool contains several tools in the handles. They often feature components like screwdrivers, saws, bottle openers, and plenty more. Some Leatherman models have up to 21-tools available. This model is the most popular, and what you probably imagine when thinking of a multi-tool design.
  • Electricians Multi-Tool – This multi-tool contains tool heads like wire-strippers, wire-cutters, and crimpers. These standard electrician tools reduce the need for carrying multiple tools around the job site.
  • Military Style Multi-Tools – It might surprise you to learn that real military operators consider the multi-tool as an indispensable piece of kit, with plenty of use in the field. From stripping IED boobytraps to field strip a rifle, there are plenty of advantages to keeping a multi-tool around.
  • First Responder Multi-Tools – First responders have some interesting needs in a multi-tool. A striker cap is an example of a standalone feature you’ll find on an emergency multi-tool. The striker cap can break through glass, helping first responders remove injured people from vehicles.

How Do I Choose the Right Multi-Tool for Me?

When selecting your multi-tool, take the time to consider your needs from the tool before blindly wandering into the purchase. Answer these questions before you decide on the model that’s right for you.

How Do You Want to Carry the Tool?

Think about how you want to carry your multi-tool. Do you want it on your belt for easy access, or strapped to your backpack? Do you want something to keep in your glove box as an emergency tool? These questions determine the best setup for your interaction with the device during the day.

For an EDC setup, we recommend a nylon holster attached to your belt. Look for a holster that secures the multi-tool preventing it from falling out of the holster when you bend over. Some of these models might feature Velcro pull tabs to secure the multi-tool in place.

Some multi-tools come with clip attachments for attachment to bags and MOLLE systems. However, most multi-tools come with some sort of carry-assistance when you make your purchase.

What Tool Features Do You Need in a Multi-Tool?

What kind of features is important to you in your multi-tool? If you only need two or three tools on hand during the day, then a 21-tool super multi-tool might not be the most practical tool for you. Choose a model that meets your EDC requirements.

If you need a multi-tool for camping or other outdoor activities, make sure you get a model with all the right functionality relating to the tasks you need to accomplish around the campsite. Buying an emergency multi-tool for a camping trip is leaving money on the table.

Having more tools is not always better. Look for models that offer you the tooltips you’re likely to use regularly.

Is Tool Functionality Important in Your Multi-Tool?

Functionality is important in your new multi-tool. You need a device that performs in demanding environmental conditions. Whether you’re a military operator practicing on the range or an electrician trying to finish a job – choose the right equipment.

However, you need to realize the limitations of your multi-tool. There are some scenarios where a multi-tool can do the job of a real screwdriver of a pair of trauma shears.

Therefore, make sure you don’t abuse your multi-tool, trying to operate it outside of its comfort zone. A multi-tool is supposed to be a handy accessory for your EDC, not a complete industrial toolbox. Consider the types of jobs you might think about the tools you need to complete tasks.

Is the Multi-Tool from a Reputable Manufacturing Brand?

When selecting your multi-tool, make sure you buy a model from a reputable brand. All the multi-tools in this review come from leading knife and tool manufacturers. Brands like Leatherman and Gerber have an established history as market leaders for these tools. However, there are plenty of other low-cost designs available for other leading knife manufacturers.

It’s important to go with a leading brand when purchasing your multi-tool. Look for models that offer lengthy warranties and good customer service ratings. Review the model you want to buy by looking at what people are saying about it on social media before committing to buying.

Do You Want a Cutting Blade in the Multi-Tool?

When assessing your ideal multi-tool, ask yourself if you need a knife blade. Some brands include them in the design while others leave them out. If you already carry an EDC blade, the knife in the Leatherman or Gerber multi-tool might be redundant, and a waste of time.

When choosing the tool functionality, ask yourself if you think you’ll use each of the tools that the model offers. Select the multi-tool you think measures up to your needs.

Look for a User-Friendly Model

When selecting your multi-tool, make sure you consider the user functionality. The multi-tool should be easy to open, with one-handed operation and easy access to all the tooltips. Look at the grip of the body, and ask yourself if it fits in your hand properly.

All the blades in the best models have independent locking. That’s an important safety feature and a must-have in your new multi-tool. When the blade is fully locked into place, assess the sturdiness of the chassis. Does it move around when you cut with the tool?

A well-designed multi-tool comes with full functionality, and plenty of useful features, however, it’s important to get a tool that you think you’ll use. Don’t waste your budget on expensive multi-tools with tooltips that don’t serve you any benefit in your EDC requirements.

Multi-Tool FAQs

Is the Leatherman the best multi-tool?

Leatherman was the original multi-tool that gained traction around the globe. The Leatherman Wave was the first model on offer from the brand, setting the benchmark for all multi-tools designed in the future. Today, Leatherman updates its range, introducing a second version of the classic Wave model. Check out our review of this multi-tool in our best overall model.

Which brand is better – Gerber or Leatherman?

Both Gerber and Leatherman are top choices for multi-tools, and you can’t go wrong with either one. However, it’s all about personal preference. Some might prefer to go with the original multi-tool manufacturer, while die-hard brand fans may choose Gerber tools. Go with whichever multi-tool offers you the best functionality, and a sturdy design that won’t let you down in the field.

What is the warranty on Leatherman multi-tools?

Leatherman offers an outstanding 25-year warranty on its multi-tools. That’s a long time to ensure your multi-tool components remain as good as new.

Can I bring a multi-tool on an airplane?

Yes, if you decide to pack it in your check bag. If you multi-tool has scissors or blades longer than 4-inches, you’ll have to check it in your luggage.

The Best Multi-Tool – The Verdict

By now, you should have a good idea about the right multi-tool to suit your needs. Whether you need something as a first responder, and EDC model, or a survivalist multi-tool, there’s a model in this review to meet your requirements for the best multi-tool available.

If you’re having issues with settling on a final model, why not go with one of our top picks. All three of our top choices have excellent functionality and offer great value for money. The Leatherman Wave Plus is our best overall model, with 17 tool functions. This model is an updated representation of the original, best-selling Leatherman multi-tool.

If you’re looking to get the best premium multi-tool money can buy, we recommend the Leatherman Free P4. This model comes with an astounding 21-tooltip capacity, and a sturdy frame featuring one-handed operation. It’s a great choice for contractors and people who work with the most demanding EDC conditions.

If you’re looking for the most affordable multi-tool on a budget, we recommend the SOG Multi-Tool. This model comes with 18-tooltips and a sturdy 420 stainless steel construction. It’s got everything the Leatherman does, at a fraction of the price. This model will make an excellent gift to someone that values the EDC benefit of a multi-tool.


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